11.26.2009

My daughter the baker


I hope that your Thanksgiving holiday was filled with love, a spirit of thankfulness, and a whole lot of great grub!

My daughter baked this wonderful cornucopia to compliment our Thanksgiving feast. Isn't it fabulous?! I was impressed with her handiwork!

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Here is a photo of my lovely daughter at a recent school event.

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According to Wikipedia, the word cornucopia comes from the Latin words Cornu Copaie and is a symbol of food and abundance dating back to the 5th century B.C., also referred to as the food of worship and holiness. If you hop over to Wikipedia you can read a bit more about the cornucopia.

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We definitely enjoyed an abundance of yummy food today. Everything was delicious!

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I am so very thankful to have been blessed with such a sweet, caring, loving, beautiful, artistic daughter!

48 comments:

Dustjacket Attic said...

Oh my goodness your daughter did a fab job. I feel kinda hopeless... yikes better start practising cooking.
xxx

PaperbackWriter said...

Just Terrific!

Glad to see the next generation taking an interest in food prep skills, especially in from scratch items.

Happy Turkey Day!

Dajana said...

What a wonderful piece of art she created.
Hope you had a wonderful holiday.

HoneyB said...

Your daughter did an awesome job! I think it is so nice your daughter is following in your footsteps!

Palidor said...

Wow, that's awesome! I think you have a budding pastry chef on your hands.

Ginger said...

Kim,

Your daughter did an AWESOME JOB!! That looks good enough to be in a magazine. Please tell her GREAT JOB and keep up the wonderful work!!

Gin

Cathy said...

Wow that is beautiful!!

Natashya KitchenPuppies said...

Beautiful! She certainly is talented!

singedwingangel said...

Ok that was waymore talent then I have lol.. but beautiful..

doggybloggy said...

the mini "UN" in action - well done on the perfectly golden cornucopia - I hope your day was filled to the brim with food and happiness!

Ms Bibi said...

What a great job she did, I am so impressed. It looks wonderful.

noble pig said...

That turned out beautiful!

Mary said...

That really is a piece of art. Your daughter did a fantastic job.

A Year on the Grill said...

Oh, wonderful job... how about a guest blog on the technique???

TKW said...

That thing is darn impressive! She must have been so proud!

NYCGAL said...

This is fabulous!! What a great idea!

Chef E said...

I love it, now I have to get my 'un'baking rear into the kitchen, since I failed that task yeasterday!

Julie said...

She did a fabulous job! I'm sure she was very pleased with her effort :)

Molly @ A Bit O' Shine said...

WOW I am super impressed! That is such a cool idea! And it looks so yummy.

Jenn said...

Neat!! I'm very impressed. How'd she keep the shape like that?

Lori said...

She did an amazing job!

Claudia said...

Wow! Utterly gorgeous and creative. Wish she lived in my home. Could you bear to eat it?

Megan said...

Wow! The cornucopia is gorgeous! She did such a great job.

Chow and Chatter said...

oh wow what a great job love it

InspiredDreamer said...

Wow, that is gorgeous!!! Where's the how-to??? :)

Have an extraordinary day!

Faith said...

Wow, your daughter has skills! That's a really gorgeous cornucopia! I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving, Kim!

teresa said...

oh my goodness, that is just too cute! what a wonderful idea and what a talented girl! i hope you had a wonderful turkey day!

Cinnamon-Girl Reeni♥ said...

How beautiful! She did an excellent job!

♥peachkins♥ said...

that is beautiful!I wish my daughter ia like her when she grows up. very creative

Erica said...

Wow!That looks beautiful!

Joanne said...

Holy cow this is amazing! Your daughter is incredibly talented, just like her mother. It's so great that you've instilled a love of cooking in her so early.

Stephanie said...

Wow! That is amazing!! I'm so impressed! I want to make one for next year!!! :-)

Olive said...

Wow that cornucopia bread is amazing.. your daughter is so pretty and talented just like you :)

Donna-FFW said...

What a fantastic job she did. It looks just lovely!

BarbaraJean said...

I am so blessed to have such a beautiful, artistic Granddaughter!

jenjen said...

That cornucopia is awesome! Amazing! I love it. How fun that you are passing on your love of cooking to your daughter. Those memories will last a lifetime!

XOXO
Jen

Sophie said...

Waw,..she made that!! Excellent!!!

Your daughter looks pretty too,...

Katy ~ said...

That is totally amazing!! Well done!!

Hope your day was filled with grace and joy and old and new memories to cherish.

Cucinista said...

Art in bread form. I love it!

Suzi said...

Your daughter's cornucopia looks outstanding! She did a great job!

nanny said...

I think she inherited your talents......very well done!!!!Did you eat it?

girlichef said...

Wow, it's gorgeous!!! I don't think I could do that. Good job beautiful daughter :D

5 Star Foodie said...

Wow! Your daughter did a terrific job! I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend!

scrappysue said...

a bread horn? love it!

Mimi said...

You're obviously teaching her to be just as talented in the kitchen as you are!

Joyce said...

Thumbs up for your daughters baking!
Joyce

Kristin said...

How lovely. She did amazing!

Free Samples said...

Wow! Great job! :)

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